A History of Nepal – Cambridge University Press

August 9, 2006 at 8:20 pm 1 comment

…….The choice of the word ‘unification’ rather than ‘conquest’ to describe the expansion of Gorkhali power is one example of this approach, as is the eagerness of some scholars to claim the Butwal Ramopithecus, a primate that ranged what is now the Nepalese Tarai 11 million years ago, as a direct ancestor of early man in Nepal……

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  • 1. Mohamad Muslim  |  February 2, 2018 at 11:58 am

    How old is modern Nepal ? Which civilization is foundation of global modern age ? Nepal Government have no answer. Nor UNESCO know it. I claim, modern clock civilization is foundation of global modern age. Earlier or later, first entry of modern clock civilization was ‘ Dawn of modern age ‘ in every country. It is only clock which has tied the world in one civilization. Please login the Google:- File:American shelf wall clock.jpg. Also watch:- How old is modern clock civilization in Nepal ? YouTube. It is oldest clock found in Nepal. I claim, this clock was first entry of modern clock civilization in Nepal. First entry of modern clock means first knowledge of scientific time was ‘ Dawn of modern Nepal ‘ 166 years ago. My file asking for authentication has been neglected by concerned Nepal Archaeology Depaitment since last 4 years by saying, they have no provision of authentication. Officials are not cooperative to me. I appeal, UNESCO must make provision to list this historical clock in World Heritage as a monument for ‘ Dawn of modern Nepal.’ Otherwise, how old is modern Nepal will be an unknown history to the country for ever. I hope, you will understand historical significance of my claim & publish it. You are welcome if any inquiry. Thanks. Contact: 9803037266, Kathmandu.

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